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neonatal

of or relating to newborn children, esp in the first week of life and up to four weeks old
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neonatal

[¦nē·ə′nād·əl]
(medicine)
Pertaining to a newborn infant.
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Gorlin, "Natal and Neonatal Teeth: Folklore and Fact," Pediatrics 32 (1963): 1088.
The prevalence of natal and neonatal teeth varies in different geographical locations.
According to the classification proposed by Domingues-Cruz et al [9] Riga-Fede disease can be separated into the precocious type, caused by natal or neonatal teeth, and late disease, with onset after 6-8 months of age when the lower incisors erupt.
Natal and neonatal teeth. A study among Chinese in HongKong.
In the event of neonatal teeth, which are teeth that erupt very early, Dr.
Other dental findings include neonatal teeth, serrated alveolar ridge, supernumerary frenula and pseudo cleft lip resulting from a hyperplastic midline frenum.
Neonatal teeth erupt during the first 30 days of life.
INTRODUCTION: Teeth that are present at the time of birth are known as natal teeth while the teeth that erupt during the neonatal period (from birth to 30days) are referred as neonatal teeth M.

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